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Washington Adds All-Region Honors

All-Region and All-MSAC player Jaida Washington

March 17, 2017

Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball player Jaida Washington (Elmira H.S./Elmira) has collected another honor. The freshman was voted All-Region by the coaches in the NJCAA Region III. A total of 16 players were named all-region; Washington earned second-team honors.

Washington had previously been named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference all-conference team. She led the nation in blocked shots, averaging 6.5 per game, and was third in the region in rebounds with 13.7 per game. She had two triple-doubles – the first two in program history – and finished the season with 11 other double-doubles. She also set school records for rebounds and blocked shots in a season.

Washington is the seventh Tompkins Cortland player ever voted to the all-region team.

Washington Named All-MSAC

February 27, 2017

Tompkins Cortland Community College freshman Jaida Washington (Elmira H.S./Elmira) was named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference women’s basketball all-conference team. In voting by the coaches from the seven MSAC programs, Washington was one of the ten named to the team.

Washington had an outstanding season, improving every game, and peaking during the conference schedule. She had at least 11 rebounds in 10 of her 11 conference games, recording six double-doubles in MSAC games. She finished the regular season with the first triple-double in school history, and then matched that accomplishment in the conference playoff semifinal. She finished conference-play averaging 13.8 rebounds, 10.7 points, and 6.2 blocks per game, all tops on the team.

This year marks the third consecutive season Tompkins Cortland has had a player named all-conference. A total of 14 players have earned all-MSAC honors in the 17-year history of women’s basketball at Tompkins Cortland. The program has never had a repeat all-conference selection, something Washington will look to do next year.

Panthers Nearly Pull Off Upset in MSAC Semifinal

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Tompkins Cortland Community College


The opener of the Mid-State Athletic Conference women’s basketball tournament Saturday saw #4-seed Tompkins Cortland Community College push #1-seed Onondaga Community College to the limit, led by Jaida Washington (Elmira H.S./Elmira) and her second straight triple-double. It was almost enough to beat Onondaga for the second time in ten days, but not quite as the Panthers ultimately fell 63-53. Onondaga (24-5) advances to the conference championship game on Sunday while the season ends for the Panthers (14-9). Tompkins Cortland was left out of the NJCAA Region III postseason when bids were announced Saturday evening, this despite having wins against four of the eight teams that received bids.

In the MSAC semifinal game, Onondaga converted the opening tip into a quick basket and the early lead, but the Panthers answered to tie the game twice in the opening minutes. The Lazers scored six straight midway through the quarter to lead 12-6, and held that margin until the horn sounded with a score of 17-11.

The second quarter opened with five straight for the Panthers, making it a one-point game. Onondaga pushed it back to six points at 24-18, but the Panthers went on a 13-2 run, taking the lead for the first time on a basket and free throw by Tandra Henley (Merced H.S./Merced, Cal.) with a minute left before half. A score by Brianna Lawrence (Ramapo H.S./Spring Valley) made the lead 31-26, but Onondaga scored the final five points, including a three-pointer at the buzzer, to send the game to the break knotted at 31-31.

The back-and-forth game continued in the third as Onondaga scored the first basket before Tompkins Cortland ran off eight straight, including six on a pair of three-pointers from Victoria Mattarell (Union-Endicott H.S./Endicott), to take their biggest lead of the game at 39-33. The Lazers answered with eight straight to lead 41-39 but Mattarell drained her third three-pointer of the quarter to put the Panthers back ahead, 42-41 with 4:35 left in the quarter. Anasah DeMember (Elmira H.S./Elmira) made it 43-41 with a free-throw seconds later, but Onondaga again responded, scoring five straight to lead 46-41. With 22 seconds left in the quarter, Tairra Jenkins (Elmira H.S./Elmira) tied the game with a basket and free throw. After forcing a turnover, DeMember drove for a layup at the buzzer, putting Tompkins Cortland ahead 48-46 heading into the final quarter.

After making 40% from the floor in a 17-point third quarter, the Panthers opened the fourth by missing their first eight shots. Onondaga took advantage of the Tompkins Cortland cold spell to regain the lead, scoring the first nine points of the quarter. A free throw by Tatiana Minnick (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) broke the streak with 4:15 left, but it was a minute later when Washington scored the first basket from the floor, pulling the Panthers within six at 57-51 with 3:13 left. While Onondaga only scored two points over the next three minutes, Tompkins Cortland couldn’t cut into the lead. A basket by Washington with 32 seconds left made it a six-point game at 59-53, but the Lazers scored four over the final half minute to seal the win. After scoring 48 points through the first three quarters, the final quarter saw the Panthers score just five points on 2-of-15 shooting from the floor.

Just days after becoming the first player in program history to post a triple-double, Washington matched the feat. The freshman had 11 rebounds, 10 points, and 10 blocks, with the blocks setting a new Tompkins Cortland record for a playoff game. Minnick had a big stat line, too, finishing with 14 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists. Mattarell ended with 12 points, all on three-pointers. Her four three-pointers give her 65 for her career, moving her into third on the Panthers all-time list.

Roster–2013-14 Women's Basketball

Taylor Policay

22-Taylor Policay

Position: F
Year: Freshman
Height: 5-8
High School: Lansing
Hometown: Ithaca
Major: Sport Management

Taylor's Stats

Team Photo

No. Name Pos. Year Ht. Wt. High School/Hometown
2 Ashley Keister G Fr. 5-4 Groton/Groton
3 Alexandra Quarella G Fr. 5-2 Groton/Groton
5 Jenna Bowman G Fr. 5-4 Waverly/Waverly
10 Meghan Ideman G/F So. 5-10 Moravia/Moravia
11 Kenisha Adams F So. 5-4 Hillcrest/Queens
12 Ruthanne Forehand G Fr. 5-7 Groton/Groton
14 Caitlyn Cuffe G Fr. 5-4 Notre Dame Academy/Staten Island
15 Audrey Kate Ordway F So. 5-10 Dryden/Dryden
21 Nicole Goodwin G/F So. 5-9 Newfield/Newfield
22 Taylor Policay F Fr. 5-8 Lansing/Ithaca
24 Jaquela Lockwood F So. 5-10 Fowler/Syracuse

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Statistics–Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball

2016-17 Season

Overall (14-9)
MSAC (7-6), Region III (12-9)


Previous Statistics










Previous Win-Loss Totals

2015-16: 14-11 *^
2014-15: 6-18
2013-14: 7-15
2012-13: 10-16 *^
2011-12: 5-19
2010-11: 2-22
2009-10: 15-12 *^
2008-09: 13-13 ^
2007-08: 6-19
2006-07: 2-20
2005-06: 1-25
2004-05: 11-17
2003-04: 7-17
2002-03: 16-10 *^
2001-02: 15-11 *^
2000-01: 10-10 ^
* MSAC playoffs participant
^ NJCAA Region III playoffs participant


Team Records

Most Wins

16 (2002-03)
15 (2009-10)
15 (2001-02)

Most Consecutive Wins (Season)

6 (2001-02)
5 (2008-09)
5 (2009-10)

Best Winning Percentage (Season)

.615 (2002-03)
.577 (2001-02)
.560 (2015-16)

Most Points Scored (Game)

101 (at Practical Bible College, 12/3/02)
97 (vs. SUNY Canton, 1/28/03)
96 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 2/3/01)

Most Points Scored (Season)

1857 (2002-03)
1732 (2001-02)
1698 (2008-09)

Best Points Per Game Average

71.4 (2002-03)
69.3 (2000-2001)
66.6 (2001-02)

Biggest Margin of Victory (Game)

68 (at Practical Bible College, 12/3/02)
66 (vs. SUNY Canton, 1/28/03)
60 (vs. Practical Bible College, 12/11/01)

Fewest Points Allowed (Game)

24 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 11/7/04)
27 (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/20/00)
28 (vs. Practical Bible College, 11/9/01)

Fewest Points Allowed (Season)

1332 (2000-2001)
1444 (2001-02)
1514 (2006-07)

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game Average

57.8 (2001-02)
58.1 (2002-03)
59.7 (2009-10)

Most Assists (Game)

28 (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)
27 (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 11/14/09)
26 (at SUNY Canton, 2/18/03)

Most Assists (Season)

404 (2002-03)
401 (2001-02)
361 (2009-10)

Most Rebounds (Game)

72 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/13/16)
70 (vs. Clinton CC, 11/21/15)
69 (vs. Jamestown CC_Cattaraugus, 11/1/07)

Most Rebounds (Season)

1260 (2002-03)
1249 (2015-16)
1106 (2008-09)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Game)

11 (at Jefferson CC, 1/11/11)
9 (at Herkimer CCC, 12/5/07)
9 (at Cayuga CC, 1/3/08)
9 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/19/02)
9 (vs. SUNY Broome, 1/10/15)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Season)

121 (2007-08)
111 (2014-15)
96 (2015-16)

Most Steals (Game)

36 (vs. Onondaga CC, 2/4/03)
34 (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/16/01)
31 (at SUNY Canton, 2/18/03)
31 (at SUNY Delhi, 11/19/02)
31 (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)

Most Steals (Season)

574 (2002-03)
421 (2001-02)
349 (2004-05)

Most Blocks (Game)

16 (at Mohawk Valley CC, 11/8/06)
15 (at SUNY Delhi, 11/14/06)
14 (at Columbia-Greene CC, 2/4/03)

Most Blocks (Season)

185 (2002-03)
180 (2006-07)
134 (2012-13)

Most Foul Shots Made (Game)

32 (vs. Morrisville State, 11/1/03)
32 (vs. Corning CC, 2/9/02)
27 (at Jamestown CC, 12/4/04)
27 (at Jefferson CC, 1/13/09)
27 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 2/3/01)

Most Foul Shots Made (Season)

441 (2004-05)
391 (2002-03)
386 (2001-02)

Individual Records - Player

Most Points (Game)

32 Jaclyn Sutton (at Morrisville State, 12/11/04)
32 Rickeya Atkinson (at Herkimer College, 11/18/15
31 Jaime Fisher (vs. SUNY Cobleskill, 11/21/02)
31 Jennifer Morse (at Cayuga CC, 1/18/00)
31 Jenna Bowman (at Schenectady CCC. 2/15/15)

Most Points (Season)

455 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
422 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
386 Becca Holton Tomasdottir (2012-13)

Most Points (Career)

751 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
651 Heather Andrews (2002-04)
649 Rachelle Taylor (2000-2002)

Most Points Per Game (Season)

17.6 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
16.8 Becca Holton Tomasdottir (2012-13)
16.3 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)

Most Points Per Game (Career)

16.0 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
15.0 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
14.1 Rachelle Taylor (2000-2002)

Most Assists (Game)

10 Michelle Tuetken (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 11/1/09)
10 Michelle Tuetken (vs. Jefferson CC, 2/4/09)
10 Nicole Cambridge (at Cayuga CC, 2/1/02)
10 Nicole Cambridge (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)

Most Assists (Season)

135 Michelle Tuetken (2009-10)
119 Amanda McLaughlin (2002-03)
113 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2001)

Most Assists (Career)

227 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
220 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2002)
145 Laura Thomas (2001-03)

Most Rebounds (Game)

26 Audrey Kate Ordway (vs. Herkimer CCC, 11/28/12)
25 Barbara Naylor (vs. Cayuga CC, 1/13/07)
23 Heather Andrews (vs. Corning CC, 1/24/04)

Most Rebounds (Season)

289 Jessica Cafferty (2015-16)
287 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
273 Heather Andrews (2003-04)

Most Rebounds (Career)

535 Heather Andrews (2002-04)
426 Audrey Kate Ordway (2012-14)
385 Barbara Naylor (2005-07)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Game)

7 Heather Johnson (at Cayuga CC, 2/1/02)
6 Jennifer Iler (vs. Herkimer County CC, 12/3/08)
6 Laura Thomas (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 1/9/03)
6 Heather Johnson (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/19/02)
6 Ashley Coriolan (vs. Cumberland CC, 12/3/11)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Season)

53 Jennifer Iler (2007-08)
49 Jennifer Iler (2008-09)
49 Ashley Coriolan (2011-12)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Career)

102 Jennifer Iler (2007-09)
68 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
62 Laura Thomas (2001-03)

Most Steals (Game)

16 Amanda McLaughlin (at SUNY Delhi, 11/19/02)
13 Nicole Cambridge (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/16/01)
12 Brittnee Rooney (vs. Jefferson CC, 2/11/03)

Most Steals (Season)

104 Amanda McLaughlin (2002-03)
100 Rickeya Atkinson (2015-16)
99 Nicole Cambridge (2001-02)
99 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2001)

Most Steals (Career)

198 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2002)
161 Laura Thomas (2001-03)
142 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)

Most Blocks (Game)

10 Kati Dapson (at Onondaga CC, 2/12/07)
10 Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Macomb CC at Lakeland CC, 12/7/02)
8 Kati Dapson (at SUNY Delhi, 11/14/06)
8 Khadijah Muqtadir (at Jefferson CC, 1/21/03)
8 Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/18/03)
8 Nicole Goodwin (vs. Jamestown CC, 11/3/12)

Most Blocks (Season)

118 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
93 Kati Dapson (2006-07)
40 Meghan Orman (2004-05)

Most Blocks (Career)

118 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
93 Kati Dapson (2006-07)
63 Katie Currier (2008-10)

Most Foul Shots Made (Game)

16 Jaclyn Sutton (at Cayuga CC, 2/10/05)
15 Jaclyn Sutton (at Jamestown CC, 12/4/04)
13 Michelle Tuetken (at Jefferson CC, 1/13/09)

Most Foul Shots Made (Season)

123 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
113 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
108 April Allen (2001-02)

Most Foul Shots Made (Career)

198 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
157 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
132 Mackenzie Stilwell (2008-10)

Most Consecutive Foul Shots Made (Season)

23 April Allen (2001-02)
18 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
16 Kyla Knapp (2009-10)

Team Playoff Records

Most Points (Playoff Game)

93 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
77 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
69 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)

Fewest Points Allowed (Playoff Game)

46 (vs. Broome CC, 2/19/13)
49 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)
63 (at Finger Lakes CC, 2/23/02)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

22 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
19 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
16 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)

Most Rebounds (Playoff Game)

55 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
54 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
52 (at Fulton-Montgomery CC, 2/23/16)

Most 3-Pointers (Playoff Game)

7 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
7 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
6 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)

Most Steals (Playoff Game)

29 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
22 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
19 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

11 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
8 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
8 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)

Most Foul Shots Made (Playoff Game)

26 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
21 (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
20 (vs, Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)

Biggest Margin of Victory (Playoff Game)

16 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
10 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
9 (vs. Broome CC, 2/19/13)

Individual Playoff Records

Most Points (Playoff Game)

26, April Allen (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
24, April Allen (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
24, Chelsy Kern (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

7, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)
6, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Onondaga CC, 2/27/10)
6, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)
6, Amanda McLaughlin (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
6, Nicole Cambridge (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Rebounds (Playoff Game)

18, Rachelle Taylor (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
15, Amanda McLaughlin (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
14, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)

Most 3-Pointers (Playoff Game)

5, Meghan Ideman (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
4, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)
4, Laura Thomas (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Steals (Playoff Game)

9, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
6, Rachelle Taylor (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

7, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
4, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
4, Chelsy Kern (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)

Most Foul Shots Made (Playoff Game)

12, April Allen (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
11, Chelsy Kern (vs. Schenectady CCC, 2/26/13)
10, Brittnee Rooney (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)


Total All-American Players
1 (Preseason)

Total All-Region Players

Total All-MSAC Players

Miscellaneous Honors
NJCAA Region III Final Four: 2009-10
MSAC Final Four: 2015-16, 2012-13, 2009-10, 2002-03, 2001-02


Coaches–Women's Basketball

David Stevenson

Head Coach

Dave StevensonMSAC Coach of the Year
2010, 2013, 2014

Coach Stevenson enters his third season with the women's basketball program, following a similar track as he used during the most successful run in the history of the College's men's basketball program. In both cases, Stevenson inherited a program in need of rebuilding, and did so quickly. In 2015-16, the Panthers women's team posted the best winning percentage in over a decade, making both the conference and regional playoffs. During his decade directing the men's program, Coach Stevenson's teams established new records for wins, topping 20 victories three times, and won the Mid-State Athletic Conference championship three times (including his last two seasons). The goals for the women are similar, and the foundation is being laid.

Stevenson joined the men's basketball staff as an assistant in 2003-04, bringing a strong work ethic and knowledge of the game to the floor each night. He is well known for caring for his students both on and off the court, tracking academic progress as well as developing basketball skills. He has worked hard to bring quality players into the program, and to help those players continue their careers at the four-year level. In his time with the program, he has helped players earn scholarships to Mercy College in New York, Drake University in Iowa, and Avila University in Kansas. His former players have also shown up on the rosters at Buffalo State, Oneonta State, Oswego State, Old Westbury College, Morrisville State, Southwestern Oklahoma State, SUNY Fredonia, and Daniel Webster College in New Hampshire. A former standout athlete at Trumansburg High and a college baseball player, Coach Stevenson is Tompkins Cortland's assistant athletic director.

Contact:, 607-844-8222, Ext.4494

Jeff Riker

Assistant Coach

Jeff Riker

Coach Riker returns for his seventh season on the bench with the women's program. A strong recruiter and teacher on the court, he has been instrumental in bringing in the program's top players and helping them reach their potential. His passion for the game extends back to when he was an IAC all-star at Dryden High. He played college ball at Onondaga Community College, appearing the Region III All-Star Game, and at SUNY Potsdam.

Coach Riker has consistently been supportive of Tompkins Cortland's student-athletes, both on and off the court, a quality he shares with Head Coach Stevenson.


Highlights–2013-14 Women's Basketball

Season Ends on High Note

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team closed out the 2013-14 season Wednesday on a positive note, beating Corning Community College 65-54. The win is the second straight for Tompkins Cortland, with both coming against teams heading into the playoffs. Tompkins Cortland ends the season with a 6-16 overall and 4-8 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Corning is 8-16 overall and 5-7 in the MSAC. The Red Barons qualified for the four-team MSAC playoffs as the fourth seed. Tompkins Cortland finished the year fifth in the MSAC.

The Panthers trailed most of the first half, with Corning jumping out to an 11-4 lead early on. Tompkins Cortland chipped away, eventually taking a 22-21 lead into halftime.

The Red Barons opened the second half with a run that pushed the visitors into the lead at 32-28. Tompkins Cortland responded with five straight points, taking the lead on a pair of free throws by Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden). The rally continued, eventually building the lead to 11 points after a pair of three-pointers by Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) made the score 47-36 with 9:40 left on the clock. The home team held a lead at or above seven points the rest of the way, sealing the win despite going just 4-of-11 from the free throw line in the second half.

Bowman led the Panthers with 15 points, four assists, six rebounds, and seven steals. Ordway and Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) each scored 14 points, with Lockwood registering a double-double with 11 rebounds along with three assists and three steals. Ordway pulled down eight boards and Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) poured in 11 points and handed out four assists.

The game was the final one for five sophomores: Ordway, Lockwood, Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia), Kenisha Adams (Hillcrest H.S./Queens), and Nicole Goodwin (Newfield H.S./Newfield).

Panthers Ride Second Half Wave to Win

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

Playing on Sophomore Day, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team put together its best half of basketball this year, pulling away for an 82-69 win over the #4-ranked team in the region, Schenectady County Community College. The win improves Tompkins Cortland to 5-16 on the year. Schenectady drops to 16-6.

The first half featured five lead changes, with the biggest lead being a nine-point advantage for Tompkins Cortland with 6:48 left in the half. Over the final minutes of the half, Schenectady would outscore the Panthers 20-5 to take a 37-31 lead into the break.

The home team cut the gap to three points quickly in the second half, making the score 47-44. Over the next four minutes, Tompkins Cortland would go on a 14-6 run to take the lead. Schenectady rallied to tie the score at 64-64 with 4:37 left, but a jumper by Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) sparked a rally that saw the home team score 18 of the final 23 points to seal the win.

As a team, Tompkins Cortland made 51.3% from the floor in the second half to finish at 44.4% for the game. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) led the way, pouring in a career-high 27 points on 11-of-19 shooting, including 4-for-6 from three-point range. Ordway posted a big double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds, swiping five steals on the way. Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) each had 15 points, with Lockwood pulling down seven rebounds and Bowman passing out seven assists. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) grabbed 11 rebounds.

Tompkins Cortland ends the season Wednesday with a home game against Corning Community College. Tip is set for 5 p.m.

Cold Shooting Costs Panthers

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Cold-shooting throughout the lineup cost the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team a chance for a win Saturday as the Panthers dropped a 62-48 decision to Cayuga Community College. Tompkins Cortland is now 3-8 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 5-15 overall. Cayuga, the last place team in the MSAC, is now 2-10 in conference and 3-22 overall.

The Panthers couldn’t snap out of their shooting rut the entire game. The team made just 20% from the field in the first half, and the accuracy went down to 19% in the second half. From three-point range the Panthers made just 23% for the game, and the charity stripe wasn’t friendly either, as Tompkins Cortland made just 45.8% from the line.

Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) was the lone Panther to reach double figures in scoring, netting 19 points on 7-of-22 shooting, one of the better percentages on the team. Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Lansing), Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse), and Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) each had big games on the boards, collecting 17, 12, and 11 rebounds, respectively.

Tompkins Cortland hosts Schenectady County Community College Sunday at 1 p.m.

Second-Ranked Team Too Much for Panthers

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The second-ranked team in the nation proved to be too much for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team as the Panthers fell at Onondaga Community College 96-53 Wednesday. The loss drops Tompkins Cortland to 3-7 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 5-14 overall. Onondaga improves to 11-0 in the MSAC and 23-4 overall.

Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) continued her strong play conference, posting her seventh double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) had a solid line of eight rebounds and seven points, and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had nine points and three steals.

Tompkins Cortland returns home to play Cayuga Community College Saturday at 2 p.m.

Panthers Fall in Double OT

Thursday, February 06, 2014

After leading all of regulation and much of the first overtime, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team couldn’t finish the game with a win, falling 82-72 in double overtime. Tompkins Cortland drops to 3-6 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 5-13 overall. Finger Lakes improves to 6-3 in the MSAC and 10-10 overall.

The visiting Panthers lead by double figures in regulation, including a 33-20 advantage at halftime. In the second half, Finger Lakes used a late rally, capped by a three-pointer in the closing seconds, to tie the score at 60-60. In the first overtime the teams traded baskets, with neither team leading by more than two points. With ten second left, Audrey Kate Ordway gave the Panthers a 70-68 lead, but a Tompkins Cortland foul, one of 29 called on the Panthers during the game, sent a Finger Lakes player to the free throw line. After making one of two, Tompkins Cortland grabbed a rebound and seemed to be headed to the win, but a turnover and another foul sent Finger Lakes back to the line. The Lakers again made one of two, tying the score at 70-70 and forcing a second extra period.

In the second overtime, Tompkins Cortland again scored first, taking a 72-70 lead, but 12 straight points for the home team made the final 82-72.

By the time the game ended, the home team had taken 42 foul shots, compared to 21 for the visiting Panthers. Three Panthers had fouled out, and two more finished the game with four fouls. Tompkins Cortland out-shot Finger Lakes, making 39% from the floor compared to 33%, and out-rebounded the Lakers 58 to 40, but the difference at the free throw line was too much to overcome.

Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) had 14 points and 12 rebounds, her sixth double-double in conference play. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) also had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Kenisha Adams (Hillcrest H.S./Queens) had 14 points while grabbing seven rebounds and Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) had 11 points and six rebounds. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had 10 points and five rebounds, and Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Lansing) recorded game highs of 13 rebounds and four steals.

Tompkins Cortland plays at Onondaga Community College Wednesday.

Balanced Attack Paces Panthers to Win

Saturday, February 01, 2014

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

Four players in double figures scoring helped the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team post a 64-54 home win over SUNY Broome Saturday. The result leaves Tompkins Cortland with a record of 3-5 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 5-12 overall. Broome is 2-6 in the MSAC and 3-16 overall.

The game opened with the teams matching baskets until Broome went on an 11-2 run to take a 20-11 advantage. The home team answered with a 13-3 run to move ahead 24-23, and then ended the half scoring eight straight to take a 38-31 lead into the break.

A Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) three pointer capped a 7-2 to open the second half, giving the Panthers the largest lead of the game at 45-33. Broome responded with a 13-6 run to pull within five with 7:53 left, but the visitors could get no closer. Tompkins Cortland sealed the win in the closing minutes, holding Broome scoreless over the final 2:53 while scoring the game’s final five points.

Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) posted yet another double-double – her fifth in the last eight games – with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Ideman poured in 15 points and pulled down seven boards. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had 12 points, four rebounds, and two assists. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) had a solid stat line of 11 points, eight rebounds, and six steals. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) ripped down 13 rebounds while scoring seven points, handing out three assists, and swiping three steals.

Tompkins Cortland hosts Corning Community College Wednesday.

Road Loss for Panthers

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

One of the top teams in the region handed the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team a 78-42 loss Wednesday. The Panthers lost at Jefferson Community College to fall to 2-5 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 4-12 overall. Jefferson is now 6-1 in the MSAC and 14-3 overall.

Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) led Tompkins Cortland with 11 points and eight rebounds. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had 12 points and Kenisha Adams (Hillcrest H.S./Queens) handed out five assists.

Tompkins Cortland hosts SUNY Broome Saturday.

Tompkins Cortland Women's Basketball Rallies, but Falls Short at Home

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team rallied back from a 13-point deficit to take a lead late against Finger Lakes Community College Saturday, but the home team couldn’t hold on, eventually falling by a final score of 75-65. The loss drops Tompkins Cortland to 2-4 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 4-11 overall. Finger Lakes improves to 4-2 in the MSAC and 7-9 overall.

The visiting Lakers jumped on the Panthers early. Finger Lakes scored eight of the first 11 points, and quickly pushed the lead to double digits at 16-5. The margin grew to 13 at 24-11 midway through the first half before the home team rallied. Tompkins Cortland went on an 11-0 run, lead by five points from Jaquella Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse), to pull within two at 24-22 with 6:45 left. Finger Lakes stopped the rally, eventually taking a 37-32 lead into the half.

Finger Lakes again stretched the lead to double figures with an 8-3 run to open second half. The Panthers chipped away, eventually tying the score at 53-53 and then taking the lead on a basket by Nicole Goodwin (Newfield H.S./Newfield) with 6:05 left. After Finger Lakes tied the game at 55-55, Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) scored to reclaim the lead for the home team at 57-55 with 5:25 left. It would prove to be the last lead of the game for the Panthers, as Finger Lakes scored the next six points to take the lead for good. Tompkins Cortland could get no closer than three points the rest of the way.

Lockwood led Tompkins Cortland with a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) tossed in 17 points to go with nine rebounds.

Tompkins Cortland plays at Jefferson Community College Wednesday.

Road Win for Tompkins Cortland Women's Basketball

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

A big second half blew open a close game as the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team beat Cayuga Community College Wednesday. The Panthers posted a 75-53 win to improve to 2-3 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 4-10 overall. Cayuga is now 0-6 in the MSAC and 1-18 overall.

The score was 35-34 at the half, but Tompkins Cortland quickly added to the lead in the second half. After nine minutes of the second half the lead stood at nine points at 51-42. The margin grew to a dozen at 64-52 with 5:10 left. The Panthers limited the home team to a single point the rest of the way, extending the lead to final margin of 19 points.

Four Panthers reached double figures, led by Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) with 22 points. The freshman added eight rebounds, five steals, and three assists to her stat line. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) scored 18 points while grabbing five rebounds and Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) and Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) each had 11 points, with Ordway also pulling down nine boards. Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Lansing) led the team with 12 rebounds and six assists.

Tompkins Cortland hosts Finger Lakes Community College Saturday.

Panthers Can’t Hold Halftime Lead

Monday, January 20, 2014

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team couldn’t hold onto a halftime lead Monday, losing at SUNY Adirondack by a final score of 61-54. The non-conference loss drops the Panthers to 3-10 on the year. Adirondack is now 9-8 overall.

The halftime score saw Tompkins Cortland ahead 26-24, but the home team took the lead in the second half. Tompkins Cortland kept the score close, pulling within two in the closing minutes, but couldn’t regain the lead.

Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) scored 16 points to lead Tompkins Cortland. Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) had her third double-double in the last four games, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Tompkins Cortland plays at Cayuga Community College Wednesday.

Women Fall to Nation's #2

Saturday, January 18, 2014

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team returned home Saturday, playing host to the #2-ranked team in the nation, Onondaga Community College. The Panthers couldn’t keep up with the high-flying Lazers, falling by a final score of 101-41. Tompkins Cortland drops to 1-3 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 3-9 overall. Onondaga improves to 5-0 in the MSAC and 16-4 overall.

The first half started well for the home team. The Panthers led 12-11 nine minutes into the game, but Onondaga went on a 38-17 run to close the half with a 47-29 lead. The second half saw Onondaga continue to grow the lead, scoring 54 points while holding Tompkins Cortland to just 12.

Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) had a big game for the Panthers, scoring 15 and grabbing 12 rebounds. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had seven points and team-bests of five assists and three steals.

Tompkins Cortland plays at SUNY Adirondack Monday.

Panthers Stumble on Road

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The road was unkind to the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team Tuesday, as the Panthers came home from Corning Community College with a 66-53 loss. The result leaves Tompkins Cortland with a record of 1-2 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 3-8 overall. Corning is now 2-1 in the MSAC and 5-8 overall.

It was a one-point game at the half, with Corning leading 29-28. The home team pulled away in the second half, in part due to a rough night at the foul line for Tompkins Cortland. As a team, the Panthers went 11-for-32 from the charity stripe, by far a season worst.

Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) led Tompkins Cortland with 15 points and four steals. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) led the team in rebounds with 11 to go along with five points and three steals. Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) grabbed 10 rebounds while scoring six points and blocking four shots.

Tompkins Cortland hosts Onondaga Community College Saturday.

Tompkins Cortland Women Run Away With Road Win at SUNY Broome

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team closed the first half strong and built on the lead in the second half while cruising to a 79-51 win at SUNY Broome Saturday. The win snaps a four-game skid and leaves Tompkins Cortland with a record of 1-1 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference and 3-7 overall. Broome is now 0-2 in the MSAC and 1-10 overall.

Broome opened the game with an early eight-point lead, but Tompkins Cortland turned things around to race to a 42-23 lead into the half. The lead continued to grow in the second half as Tompkins Cortland picked up its first conference win.

Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) had a huge day for the Panthers, posting a double-double of 20 points and 14 rebounds. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds while Nicole Goodwin (Newfield H.S./Newfield) had 14 points and five boards.

Tompkins Cortland plays at Corning Community College Tuesday.

Strong First-Half Not Enough for Tompkins Cortland Women

Thursday, January 09, 2014

Playing for the first time in nearly a month, and against one of the strongest teams in the region, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team put together a solid first-half before running out of steam Thursday. The Panthers lost at home to Jefferson Community College by a final of 85-59 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference opener for both teams. Tompkins Cortland drops to 2-7 overall while Jefferson improves to 9-2 overall.

The game was close early before Tompkins Cortland’s Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Lansing) led an 11-2 run by scoring six points in a two-minute span, giving the Panthers a lead midway through the half. The visitors answered, coming back to take the lead at 24-23 with eight minutes left in the half. The teams traded the lead twice the rest of the half before heading into the locker rooms with Jefferson up 37-35.

The first-half featured Tompkins Cortland out-rebounding Jefferson 25-17, making up for a sizeable disparity in shooting percentages (39.5% for Tompkins Cortland and 55.2% for Jefferson). Unfortunately for the home team, the second half saw the worse-case scenario for both stats – the rebounding advantage evaporated and the shooting grew even colder. By the time the final horn sounded, Tompkins Cortland had made just four field goals from the floor in the second half, going 4-for-32 (12.5%), and Jefferson had nearly closed the rebounding gap entirely, ending the game with Tompkins Cortland holding a slim 49-46 advantage on the boards. Meanwhile, Jefferson made 53.1% from the floor in the second half (54.1% for the game) to pull away for the comfortable win.

Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) each had 13 points while Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) tossed in 10. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) had another huge night on the glass, grabbing 17 rebounds, the third-time this year she has pulled down a dozen or more boards.

Tompkins Cortland looks to get back on track Saturday at Broome Community College.

Ice Cold Second Half Costs Panthers

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Tompkins Cortland women's basketball

An eight-point halftime lead wasn’t enough for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team Saturday as the Panthers fell victim to a rally by Hudson Valley Community College, losing by a final of 55-51. Tompkins Cortland drops to 2-6 overall and 2-4 in Region III. Hudson Valley improves to 4-5 overall and 4-4 in Region III.

The game started well for the home team. After Hudson Valley scored the first basket, Tompkins Cortland rattled off 12 straight, including five by Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) and four by Chelsy Kern (Candor H.S./Candor). Tompkins Cortland had another run later, this one 14-3, to push the lead to 28-11 with five minutes left in the opening half. The visiting Vikings cut into the lead the rest of the way, helped in part by going 7-for-8 from the free throw line, ending the half with the home team ahead 33-25.

The second half was tough to watch for fans of the Tompkins Cortland offense. The Panthers made just 17% from the floor in the second half, going a combined 6-for-34. Despite the cold shooting, Tompkins Cortland still enjoyed a lead until the Vikings tied the score at 41-41 with 6:40 left in the game. A three-pointer by Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) gave the lead back to the home team, but Hudson Valley continued to rally, taking the lead with a pair of free throws at 50-49 with 2:35 on the clock. Several missed chances over the next two minutes left the Panthers down 52-49 before Nicole Goodwin (Newfield H.S./Newfield) sank a pair of free throw to pull the score within one at 52-51 with 42 seconds left. Hudson Valley pushed the lead back to two with another free throw, but Tompkins Cortland wasn’t able to capitalize on the next possession, turning the ball back over to the Vikings. Hudson Valley sank two more free throws with 6.7 seconds left to seal the win.

Tompkins Cortland was done in by a combination of poor second-half shooting and a huge discrepancy at the free throw line. After a solid first half, the Panthers finished the game making just 28% from the field. At the line, Tompkins Cortland took 16 shots for the game, making 10. By comparison, Hudson Valley took 36 free throws, making 25. In the second half alone, Hudson Valley took 22 free throws, compared to just six for the home team.

Bowman ended the game as the lone Panther in double figures scoring, netting 12 points to go with four rebounds, four steals, and two assists. After scoring five points in the opening three minutes, Forehand finished with nine points, five rebounds, three assists, and two steals. Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) had seven points, nine rebounds, and two steals. Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) had a team-high 12 rebounds. Kern finished the game with seven points.

Tompkins Cortland is off for the winter break. The Panthers return to action January 7 at Finger Lakes Community College.

Panthers Nipped at Herkimer

Sunday, December 08, 2013

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team came up just short at Herkimer County Community College Sunday, getting nipped 56-54. The Panthers are now 2-3 in Region III and 2-5 overall. Herkimer improves to 4-5 overall and 3-4 in Region III.

Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) led Tompkins Cortland with 11 points and nine rebounds. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) also had 11 points and Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) tossed in 10 for the Panthers.

Tompkins Cortland will close the fall semester Saturday at home against Hudson Valley Community College.

Panthers Fall to Nation's #6

Saturday, December 07, 2013

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team ran up against a powerhouse Saturday, playing at nationally-ranked Mohawk Valley Community College. The Hawks proved too much for the Panthers, as Tompkins Cortland lost by a final of 83-54. Tompkins Cortland is now 2-2 in Region III and 2-4 overall. Mohawk Valley, ranked #6 in the latest NJCAA poll, improves to 10-2 overall and 8-1 in Region III.

Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) and Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) each scored 11 points for the Panthers. Tompkins Cortland will try to bounce back Sunday at Herkimer County Community College.

Two Double-Doubles Pace Panthers to Win

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Meghan Ideman

A pair of double-doubles paced the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team to a 73-64 win over North Country Community College Sunday. Tompkins Cortland is now 2-1 in Region III and 2-3 overall. North Country drops to 6-2 overall and 3-2 in Region III.

The first half was close early, with Tompkins Cortland taking the biggest lead to that point, 25-19, on a basket by Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) with 3:29 left in the half. After a North Country basket, Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) caught fire, scoring nine of the last 12 points of the half, including seven in the final minute, to give the Panthers a 34-24 lead at the break.

In the second half, the visiting Saints came out strong. A 15-4 run to start the half gave North Country a 39-38 lead with 15:34 left, but Tompkins Cortland collected itself and it remained a one-point game for the next three minutes. A Chelsy Kern (Candor H.S./Candor) free throw with 12:37 left gave the Panthers the lead at 46-45, and sparked a 14-0 run, capped by three-pointers by Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) and Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton). The 59-45 lead with nine minutes left slowly shrank over the next few minutes, with North Country getting to within five at 62-57 with under five minutes left. Six straight points by the home team pushed the lead back to double digits and secured the win for the Panthers.

Ideman led the way with 19 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists, three blocks, and two steals. Forehand had the other double-double with 14 points and ten rebounds, and Bowman had a big line of 11 points, seven rebounds, five assists, and three steals. Kern finished with 13 points while grabbing six rebounds, and Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Lansing) pulled down ten rebounds while handing out three assists.

Tompkins Cortland now heads into a long layoff with the Thanksgiving break. The Panthers return to action Saturday, December 7 at Mohawk Valley Community College.

Panthers Top Delhi for First Win

Sunday, November 17, 2013

A pair of 19-point performances from Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) powered the Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team to its first win of the season, a 72-61 victory at SUNY Delhi Sunday. Tompkins Cortland is now 1-1 in Region III and 1-3 overall. Delhi drops to 0-4 in Region III and 0-5 overall.

The Panthers led the entire way, taking a 33-24 advantage into the half. The lead grew to 20 in the second half before settling in at 11 at the final horn. Ideman added four rebounds and four steals while Bowman handed out two assists. Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) grabbed eight rebounds and scored eight points. Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Ithaca) and Audrey Kate Ordway (Dryden H.S./Dryden) each also had eight boards for the winners.

Tompkins Cortland is next in action at home Sunday, November 24 vs. North Country Community College.

Panthers Open Regional Play

Saturday, November 09, 2013

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women's basketball team opened regional play Saturday, dropping a home game to Fulton-Montgomery Community College by a final score of 89-58. Tompkins Cortland is now 0-3 overall. Fulton-Montgomery, the third-ranked team in the region, is now 1-0.

The game opened well for the home team, with freshman Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) draining a three-pointer for the early lead. The visitors answered to take the lead, but Tompkins Cortland tied the score again at 6-6, 8-8, and 10-10 before a Fulton-Montgomery run made it 18-10. Tompkins Cortland responded with a run of its own, pulling to within two at 20-18, but the visitors proved to be too much, scoring 14 of the final 22 points to take a 34-26 lead into the half. The Raiders opened the second half by scoring the first ten points to push the lead to 44-26. The deficit proved to be too much for the home team, as the Panthers couldn’t get closer than 16 the rest of the way.

Forehand led Tompkins Cortland with 18 points while grabbing five rebounds. Jaquela Lockwood (Fowler H.S./Syracuse) grabbed 11 rebounds while scoring six points. Meghan Ideman (Moravia H.S./Moravia) added six points, five rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

Tompkins Cortland is off until a Sunday, November 17 game at SUNY Delhi.

The Panthers Come Home from Niagara with a Loss

Sunday, November 03, 2013

Meghan Ideman

The season-opening Crossover Classic gave the Tompkins Cortland Panthers basketball team a chance to get on the floor with some scholarship teams this weekend. On Sunday, the Panthers took on Division II Niagara County Community College and came home with a 60-35 loss. Tompkins Cortland ends the weekend with a record of 0-2, with both games coming against Division II teams.

Against Niagara, Meghan Ideman, Ruthanne Forehand, and Audrey Kate Ordway each paced the Panthers with 7 points. Ordway also had 14 rebounds.

The Panthers open Region III, Division III play at home Saturday against Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

Panthers Lose 80-51 to Jamestown

Saturday, November 02, 2013

Audrey Kate Ordway

The Tompkins Cortland Panthers opened the 2013-14 season Saturday, taking on Jamestown Community College as part of the Crossover Classic in Corning. The Panthers lost by a final score of 80-51. Jamestown is a Division II team, meaning they can offer athletic scholarships.

Tompkins Cortland was led by Meghan Ideman with 11 points and Nicole Goodwin with 10 points. The Panthers match up against another Division II team Sunday, taking on Niagara County Community College.


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